AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Sleep is a critical part of your child’s health and just as important as good nutrition and regular physical activity. With back to school season here, getting back to a normal sleep time routine can be a challenge for both you and your children.
As a pediatrician and mom, Dr. Tanya Altmann knows that when little ones aren’t getting enough sleep, it can affect the whole family – a cause of stress and anxiety for today’s parents.
She has tips, tricks and must-haves to help kids get better sleep; from making sure they get daily exercise and put away screens before bedtime, to having a routine they can follow, even how incorporating melatonin can help when children do face occasional sleeplessness.
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